I have always wanted to visit India: Anna Wintour
Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who is considered the most powerful woman in fashion, says she has always wanted to visit India.
New York: Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who is considered the most powerful woman in fashion, says she has always wanted to visit India.
The 64-year-old Editor-in-Chief of the prestigious fashion magazine gave a rare peak into her life by answering 73 rapid-fire style questions for a video for Vogue.
Wintour replied "India" when asked what country she has always wanted to visit.
She said for her learning Chinese is the one skill that can never be mastered.
When asked what would be her subject of documentary if she could make one, Wintour said it would be about tennis and she would like to play a mixed doubles match with Roger Federer and a women's double match with Serena Williams.
She named Scarlett O'Hara, the protagonist in Margaret Mitchell's 1936 novel 'Gone with the Wind', as the most fashionable literary figure and said her favourite book is Jane Austen's 'Pride and Prejudice'.?
Asked about gadgets, she described any Apple product as the greatest invention of all time but revealed she has never taken a selfie.
Wintour said she has learnt "perseverance" from her father who was the editor of the London Evening Standard. Her brother, Patrick Wintour, political?editor of The Guardian, has taught her "great reporting."
In May this year, US First Lady Michelle Obama had inaugurated the Anna Wintour Costume Center, opened in her honour at the renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art in the city.
"I'm here because I'm so impressed by Anna's contributions not just to the fashion industry but also to this great museum," Obama had said.